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Sore throat, low grade fever, lightheadedness and headache. Difficulty in swallowing, cough, loss of voice. Help?

I had a sore throat really bad then a few days later I wake up with a low grade fever and a weird light headed headache feeling but now all of the symptoms went away except for my sore throat issue but I got better but now when I wake up it hurts to swallow,i have a cough and I lost my voice its been a week now ehat is goung on with me!?!
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Hello,
It could be a infection in throat.Normally it occurs in viral infections that after sore throat one develops loss of voice.
It could be viral as you had headache, fever,sore throat.
You must consult an ENT specialist and get your throat examined.
you might have vocal cord palsy/ or due to infection and inflammation you are not able to speak then the vocal cords will be normal.
So without hearing your voice and without examining it is difficult to comment.
Get well soon.
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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